CSCI, one of the preeminent structural shell contractors in Florida, started 2020 strong with significant growth in the company’s recently launched commercial division. New starts ranged from Miami-Dade to Martin County with demand continuing to soar.
CSCI began work for Prime Group at Villa Portofino East in Homestead where they are building a commercial strip plaza and for Langerman Construction at Taylor Pointe in Vero Beach where they are building a new community center, pavilions, bus shelters and a daycare. CSCI also started work with Engel Construction at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital in Vero on a Biplane imaging center.
CSCI launched its commercial division in 2019, including projects for Gerrits Construction, Kirchman Construction Co. and Hooks Construction. The company is known for the quality CSCI consistently delivers for all of its residential customers and the expansion into commercial concrete, masonry and framing was seamless as the company continues to grow its footprint statewide.
“I am very pleased with the strong start to 2020 in both our commercial and residential divisions.” said Daniel Goldburg, President of CSCI. “We have a tremendous team and we are all working safe and smart as we anticipate continued growth despite the unique circumstances we are dealing with currently.”
In an effort to be proactive and well prepared, CSCI is distributing 1500 bottles of hand sanitizer to employees and subcontractors on every job site along with step-by-step instructions and best practices. The attached photos were taken in South Florida and include CSCI’s 10 Point Plan for a Safer Job Site being shared by a CSCI team member delivering sanitizer.
Founded in 1993, CSCI is one of the preeminent structural shell contractors in Florida. CSCI provides concrete, masonry and framing services to large production home builders and high-end custom builders, as well as commercial and industrial general contractors across the sunshine state. The company operates from Dade County to Brevard County on Florida’s southeast coast, from Collier County to Hernando County on Florida’s southwest coast, as well as in the Central Florida market and actively expanding into the panhandle. CSCI has established a reputation for innovation, communication, and a commitment to quality, speed and safety. Today CSCI is completing approximately 3,200 residential home shells per year, and employs 125 team members with over 1,200 subcontracted workers on its job sites daily. For more information visit us at www.csci.build and connect with us on LinkedIn.